16 December, 2017

Integrated industry – creating value

22 March, 2017

Hannover Messe, the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology, will take place in Hanover, Germany from the 24 to 28 April.


The event has become the global hotspot for issues such as Industry 4.0, energy efficiency and smart grids. Approximately 6500 companies from 70 countries are set to exhibit this year, and showcase their innovations and products to over 200,000 visitors.

The exhibition will unite all elements of industrial technology by covering all key technologies and core areas of industry, including the following themes:

• Integrated Industry.

• Industrial Automation.

• Motion, Drives and Automation.

• Digital Factory.

• Energy.

• ComVac (compressed air and vacuum systems).

• Industrial Supply.

• Research and Technology.

Across all these topics a broad range of forums, conferences and special events will offer visitors the chance to learn about the key issues affecting their particular disciplines. The opportunity to develop new sales leads in other sectors, unique access to new products and technologies and a huge international presence attract exhibitors and visitors from all over the world.

Visitors will have the chance to see first-hand a host of product innovations and the latest technology, compare notes with industry leaders and pick up valuable knowhow to give them the edge they need to keep their business on track and ahead of the pack.

In recent years Hannover Messe has been a main focus for Industry 4.0 – a technological development that made such a profound impact on workplaces in such a short time. What previously was a vision is now a reality and ready for use in factories. Hannover Messe 2017 will continue to give this trend further momentum – not only with new technologies, but also with the mature Industry 4.0 technologies that have concrete applications that are being explored onsite in Hannover to complement the business models that they enable.

Last year international trade visitors were informed step-by-step how to transform their production facilities into smart factories for the digital age and how to build intelligent, networked systems for energy generation, distribution and storage. In 2017, the lead theme: ‘Integrated Industry – Creating Value’ conveys a clear message – the trial phase is over and integrated industry has begun to pay dividends.

What value-added benefits are available to your company? How can cobots, digital twins and predictive maintenance be deployed profitably? Answers to these questions will be found at Hannover Messe 2017.

In addition, high-calibre speakers from business and government will be taking part in the conference programme. A broad range of forums, conferences and special interest events will offer visitors the chance to learn more about the key issues affecting industry, including:

• Global Business & Markets, Hall 3. Featuring a conference programme and an Investment Lounge, this foreign trade platform focuses on export and investment opportunities.




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